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Booklet* and prices on
The First lationa
Of Alexandria, Va.
CAPITAL, $100,000 SURPLUS, $150,000
Undivided Profits, $25,000
G. L. BOOTHE, President. GEO. E. WARFIELD, Cashier
M. B. HARLOW, Vice-President J. J. GREEN, Asst.Cashier
GARDNER L. BOOTHE
BENOIT BAER, Jr.
M. B. HARLOW
GEO. E. WARFIELD
FRANCIS L. SMITH.
This bank with its ample capital and surplus, its adequate equipment
and facilities, solicits the accounts of manufacturers, wholesalers, retailers
and individuals on the best terms consistent with sound banking.
No account too large to be handled satisfactorily,none too small to be
Modern and Up=to=Date in Every Respect
Corner King and Royal Streets. Capital $100,000
Depositors afforded every facility for business, security
Large or small accounts invited in both Commercial and
Board of Directors.
Judge C. E. Nicol, President,
W. B. Smoot, Vice President,
John A. Marshall, Vi?> Proton
T. C. Smith, Vice President and Cashier,
W. A. Smoot, Jr.
A. H. Rector.
R. h. Oockrell,
C, C. Carlin.
W. A. Smoot,
P. F. Gorman.
A. O, Portner
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508 KINO STREET.
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Successor to WJLRFIELD & HALL.
HONE 144 SOLE AGEN.,
K W Co raw Fairer mrt Prinf?? Sfrsuri*
To Oscar TV. Herring. Ute of 435 sonth
Washington street, Alexandria, Virginia,
and 1413 south 49th street, Philadelphia,
Yon are hereby notified that the under
signal his been appointed by the court to
take testimony in t' e matter of the suit for
divorce brought against j on by yonr wife,
Mary E Herrine, in the Court of Common
PleJS No. 3, of Philadelphia County, Penn
sylvania, No. 207 of Mar^h Term, 1909.
A meeting for the purpose of hearing such
testimony will be held before me.at my office,
415 Real Estate Trust Build'ng, Philadelphia,
Pennsylvania, on Monday. March 2S, 1910, at
two o'- lock p. m., at which meeting you may
appear and offer any defense you may have
4o this action.
CHESTER N. FARR, Jr., Master.
jan!9 w4w w
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Manufacturers of Power Turbine pumps:
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Agents for International Coal Oil En
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CCWAED 8. LKADBSATKE, Vice President,
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Manufacturing Pharmacists and Dealers in
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Devoe's Lead and Zinc Paints.
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Q. Wn. RAMSAY
20 and 25 Cent
15 cents at
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Prunes in jars
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All Men's Trousers proportion
ately cut in price.
278 PAIRS OF BOYS'
Straight Knee Pants
75c and $100 values all wool,
sizes 4 to 15 years at
49c per pair
Shirts and Underwear at reduced
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One Prlce^CJlothier and Haberdasher,
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Bell PhoDe 249.
a L FIELD & es>
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\/rrRGTNTA?In the Cbrk's Offi^ of the
^ Circuit Court of the City of Alexandria,
on the 11th day of January, 1910,
Henry Dixon "}
vs. j- In Chancery.
Marthn Dixon J
Memo. The object of this suit is to obtain
j for the complainant a divorce from the bond
of matrimony from the defendant, and for
Itapoearing by an affidavit filed in (his
cause that the defeudant, Martha Dixon, is a
I non-resident of this State: It is Ordered That
jsdd defendant appear here within fifteen
days after due publication of this order, and
do what is necfmary to protect her inttreota
in this suit, aud that a copy of this order be
forthwith insertei in the Alexandria Gaxstte,
a newspaper published in the City of Alex
andria, once a week for four|8occes3ive weeks,
and ported at the front door of th? Court
House of this city.
NEVELLS GREENAWAY, Clerk.
Lewis H. Mac hen, p. q. jaaU w4w-tu
VIRGINIA.?Ih the Clerk's Office of the
* Corporation Court of the City of Alex
andria, on the 18th day of January, 1910.
Kathelen 0. (Tyler; Dockett 1
v?. [In chancery.
George E. | Dockett J
Memo. The object of this suit is to obtain
an absolute divorce from the bond of matri
mony for the complainant from the defen
dant, an-1 that complainant be allowed t*> re
sume her maiden name, and for such other,
further and general reLief, as to equity aball
uxt appearing by an affidavit filed in this
cause that the defendant, Geo. E. Dockett,
is a nou-refident of this State: It is Or
dered, That said defendant appear here with
in fifteen days after due publication of this
order, and do what is necessary to protect
his interests in this suit, and that a copy of
this order be forthwith inserted in the Alexan
dria Gazette, a newspaper published in the
city of Alexandria, once a week for /our suc
cessive weeks, and posted at the front door of
the Court House of this city.
r? EVELL 8. GBEENAWAY, Clark.
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* STANDARD OIL COMPANY.
PURE FOOD STORE.
Fresh from the churn to you every Friday at
the very moderate price of ,
38cts pep pound
We solicit your butter trade. Call or write.
O 0 0
Cor. St. Asaph and Oronoco Streets
Virginia Safe Deposit ? Trust Corporation
Authorized Capital Paid in Capita'
C. J. Rlxey, Johti P. Robinson, Thomas J. Fannon, C. C.Leadbeatei
Henry K. Field, jhtk.ry Baeder, Gecrfe S. H*rcL. J. K. M Norton
We act as Executor, Administrator and Trustee. Iseue Fidei
Ity, Contract, Official and Judicial Bonds. General Banking and
Trust Business Transacted. Interest paid on Savings Accounts
We solicit the accounts of Banks, Corporations, Firms and Individ
jals, and oromise liberal treatment consistent with sound bankinj?
602 King Street Store, $40 00
31 i N Washington Street. $40 00
121 S. St Asaph Street $25 00
1323 Queen Street $12 50
321 S. Patrick Street 9 09
226 N. P<tt Street 8 50
1123 Duke Street $16 ('0 j 325 S- Patrick Street 9.00
316 S Patrick Street $13 00 j 719 Wilkes Street 6.00
Realty, Insurance, Bonding?628 King Street,
THE BEST MEDICINAL WHISKY
Headquarters for the BEST WINES
AND LIQUORS in the city.
Ring and Alfred Streets. Both Phones.
VIEGINIA.-In the Clerk's Office of tlie
* Corporation Court of the City of Alex
andria, on the 10th day of January, 1901.
Harriet L. Maloney}
Irving B. Maloney J
Memo. The object of this suit is to obtain
an absolute divorce by Harriet L. Maloney
from Irving B. Maloney upon the ground ?f
unlawful desertion and abandonment 'or j
more than three years prior te the institution
of this suit and for the oustody of the infint
children, Jaaas Irving and Andrew BradJey
In appearing by an affidavit filed in this
cause that the defendant, Irving B.Maloney,
is a non-resident of this State: It is Ordered,
That said defendant appear here within fif
teen ^ays after due publication of this order,
and do what is neceasary to protect his in
terest in this suit, end that a copy of this or
der be forthwith lnsertel in the Alexandria
Gaiette, a newspaper published in the City of
Alexandria, once a week for four successive
weeks, and postsd at the front door of the
Court House of this city.
NEVELL s. GREEN AW AY, Clerk.
Samuel G. Brent, p. q. janlO w4w-m
\TOTICE.?Having qualified ac ex^cntor
of the will and estate of WILLIAM l\
WOOLLS, SB., deceased, all persons having
claim* against the said estste are hereby noti
fied to present the same, duly verified to me
for settlement, and all persons indebted to
said estate aro hereby notified to make
promt payment of such indebtedness to me.
WILLIA# WOOi&S. Executor.
Sows and braec will repairs lew tad aid
BURKE & HERBERT
Modernly equipped for banking in its vari
Deposits received subject to check at sight
Collections made on all points.
High-grade investment securities bought
Letters 0/ Credit aBd Foreign Exchange
Safe Deposit Boxes for rent.
A Savings Department in which interesl is
allowed on deposits.
Gaednep. L. Bootbe ) f M. B. Haeiow,
PEESiDBiiT. J j Vioe President.
Geo. E. Waefield, Cashiee.
First National Bank
Designated Depository o* the
CAPITAL . , 510fi,CCS
3TTT>.PT.np AJTD 13 jK DIVIDED
PROFITS .... $175,000
9. L. BOOTTTE, At. B. HAELOW
G. E. WABFIi'LD, J. K. KULE4.
WALTER ROBEP.T8, P'JSh. SR.
FRANCIS L. 8MITH.
Prompt attention fjiven ;o aii ouriflen-, 12
dueling coUectiona tirtra^iioat tha Usitei
3tBte? and Europe,
Lead ben *er'? faaranfcwd Gtgrry Cough
Baatedy fo cure ooqfllw. Wedai<l
fqar Oonsy bfofc, BmQSfl tbfTTI fiCiafed, If,
; Urn. 2Jc WUles
; KAILS (JADa
TraJm leave Union Station Alanine^
In Effect January 3, 1&10
N. B?Following schedule figures pncii#
oaiy or Information, and are not guaranu>?
7:47 A. 11.?Daily Local between Washing
ton ond Den vi lie.
8:47 A. M.?Daily?Local for Harriscc
oar?, and trey station*.
9.17 A. M.?Daily?U. 8. Fart Mail. fitor
only for passengers for pointa south at Thio1
scheduled to stop. FJrul class coaches, sleer
ine cars to Birmingham and drr,winp,?rooia
alefpicg cars to New Orleaas. 1/ininp car
1M7 A. M ?Daily?Wail train. Coaches
for Mamusaaa, Charlottesvill . Lyrchburg,
Danville aud Griensboro. Sleeping cars
Greensboro to Atlanta
1.17 p. m.?tt'e^k Days?Local for War
rentoa and Strashnrg Junction.
4;3J P, M. Daily?Birmingham special.
Si3eping c>rs between Kr:-. Augusta,
Aiken an Jacksonville. Sleeper to Birming
vumi ? AaronK Sr-:?3i r. coaihes between
>Vc-s.jingtf-n mi Jacksonv,i!t. Dining car
service. Toarist i California four times
U.-VSeek Dayi,-Local for ?*??
rUonborg an'] way statical on Munsisie
5:12 P, M.?Daily?Local ,'or Warren
10:27 P.M.?Daily?W&chington and Ciu
j iinooga Limited (via Lyncbbars). F)i
class coach and deeping carsro Roarr.k
?b.aoxville and Chattanooga. S! per to N6W
ur wins, *-? ington to Roanoke. Dininr
11:02 P. M.?Daily?New York, Atlanta
ftad Orleans Limited. All Pullman
tram, c.' b and observation cars to N"w Or
J*2na. 8i _< ping cars to Asheville, Atlanta,
Macon and Naw Orl^a ? Sleeping cars to
Charlotte, Dinm ca' service.
4:27 A M.?Daly?Mfmphis sreeial.
Sleeping cars and coaches for Roanoke, i?nox*
?ille, Nashville, Chattanooga and Mem.
puis. Dining car service, Washineion
sleeping ca s open 10:00 P. M.
ihrongn trains from tht? dojth arrive a A ?
exandria 6:18 end 6:33 mc 10:23 A. M.
2.13, / :23, 10:23 and 11.58 P. M. daily. Kar
Ss,2 jf'i i?? ? week days and 9:13
?r0D' Charlottesville 9:28 A. M.
TRAIN 8 ON BLUEMONT BRANCh
Leave Alexandria (W. &0. Station, week
days at f>:'J2 A. M., 3.55 and 4.65 P. M. far
Blnemont; 6:33 P.M.we^!* days for I.eObtmrg;
\t i i ' Iy for Bluemont and 9:23 A.
ii ' 0n Sundav only forBlaemont.
For detailed schedule figures, tickets, Pall
man reservation, etc., apply to
WILLIAM G. LEBEW, Union Tick*
Agent, Alexandria, Ya.
? COAPifAN, General Manager
8. H. HARDWICK, Pass. Traf. Mgr.
H. F. CABY, Gtdiernl Passenger Agent.
L. 8. BKOWN, General Agent.
Washington, D. t,
Washington, Alexandria &
Mt. Vernon Railway.
In eflectl Slay 1, 1909.
For Washington, from corner Prince ano
Boyal streets, week dayH, at 5 40, d 05, 6 20.
630, 6 40, 6 55,705,715, 730, 7 40,7 50,800
8 15, 8 25, 8 36, 8 50, 9 10, 9 30, 9 50,
10 10, 10 30, 10 50, 11 10, 11 25, 11 30, 11 50 a.
m., 12 10, 12 25, 12 30, 12 50, 1 10, 1 25. 1 30
1 50, 2 10, 2 25, 2 30, 2 50,3 05, 3 25, 3 35, 3 50
4 1.. 4 25, 4 30,4 40, 4 55 , 5 10, 6 25, 5 35. 5 50,
a'?' ? 20, 6 ":5, 7 ??- 7 15, 7 25. 8 00.
8.9 00, 9 30,10 00, 1030, 1110 and 116^
? 00,7 35,810, S 20,8 40, 9 00,9 20,
9 40, 10 0 , 10 20, 10 40, 1100. 11 20 and 11 4<
a.m., 12 00, 12 20, 12 40, 100 1 20,1 40,2 00
2 20, 2 40, 3 00, 3 20, 3 40, 4 0< 4 20, 4 40, 5 CO
5 20, 5 40, 6 00, 6 20, 6 40, 7 0T 7 20, 7 40, 8 0>"
830, 900, 930, 10 00 10 3 , and 1110 p. m
P03 MOUJTT VBBROB,
Lcnve Alexandria for Mount Vernon, week
days, 5 45, 656, 7 56, 851, 1025, 11 25, a. m.
12 25, 25, 2 25, 330. 4 40, 5 35, 6 30. 7 35
8 50, 9 50, 10 50 in- II 50 p. m.
!?? 8 30, 930. 10 30, 1130 n. m?
a j?' ' :i30, 4 301 530? 63?- ?3<'
8 46 and 10 16 p. m.
SCHEDULE FOB ALKXANDBIA CIT7 CAB.
,.If.aTe FArry V/harf 8 16' 8 41. 3 10. 9 50
10 25, 11 00, 11 35 a. m,; 12 30, 1 05, 1 3*
2 06, 2 45, 3 30, 4 05, 4 35, 5 05, 5 -15, 6 36
7 05, 7 45, 8 25, 9 00. 9 40 p. m.
Leave Spring Park 8 05, 8 30, 8 55, 9 35
10 10, 10 45, 11 20 a. m.; 12 15, 12 50
1 20, 1 50. 2 30, 3 15, 3 60, 4 20, 4 60, 5 30
6 Op. ? pp. ; 95. ? m. ? 4F,. c 9p. if- oo p
W ashington Southern R}
Sche'Jule in efiect Nov. 7,1909.
Trains leave Union Station for Washingtor
and points north at 7 23, 8 08, 8 23 ajid 9 58
a in 12 1, 2 30, 8 07, 818, and 1133 p. m?
For Fredericksburg, Eichinond and pointa
"?nth at 4 37, 7 43 (local), and 10 22 a. m..
12 00, 4 22. 4 42, 5 18, 6 07 and 7 42 p. m.
Accommodation for Fredericksburg ai5l8
p. m. ?'aily.
Note:?Time of arrivals and departures
and connections not unaranteed.
P. TAYLOR, Trnftic Marager.
MARYLAND, DELAWARE AND V!2
GJNIA RAILWAY COMPANY.
Steamars of This Lin?? I^ve Aier andri*
on and alter May 15, 1909,
Every MONDAY, WEDNESDAY, and
SATURDAY at 4:30 p. m.
?OB BAJLTIMOEE AND ALL TH3
USUAL RIVER LANDINGS,
Cuisine and appointments unaxcell^i
Freight for Baltimore, Philadelphia w
Saw York solicited and handled with cars,
Through rates and bills of lading issued.
Single fare to Baltimore, $2,50; round trij,
$3.50. -^taiftroomn, one way, $1.50. M*ai*, 50c
REARDON 4 GRIMES, Agenla,
Potomac & Chesapeake
NEW NORFOLK LINE
On an After October 14
STKAMER ST. JOHNS.
FovTUBorM)?Tuesday, Thursday and Set
nrday. Leavea Wa-hington froruSth tt wharf,
5 p m.; Alexandria. Cameron bt. wharf, 5:^0
p. m.; (Colonial Beach, 10 p. in. Arrives Old
Point, 6 a ni.; Norfolk, 7 a. m.
NOBTHBOCND?Huidny, 'A'ednesday and
Friday. Leaves Norfolk, Co-nnie'ce fit.dock,
1 p m.; Old Point, 5 p. m.; Colonial Beach,
12 midnight. Arrives Alexandria, 5:30 a. m.;
WashiDg'on, 6 am.
Connections at Colonial Bench and Wash*
ington with local steamers for Potomac river
landings. At Norfolk and Wasbin ton with
Fare, one wav, $2.00; round trip, ?3 Of).
W. ESI WERT. Vice Prea. and Gen. Mgr.
W. F. CARNE, Jk.. Gen. Asrt.
REARDON A GRIMES, Ageut?, Alexandria,
Geoeral taranee Agency
tfoasa No. 4, Burke & Herbert Bldy
The companies represented in this otS.-w
aave assets of oyer 510O,C?O,CCO. Anions
Hartford Firo Insurant* C-a
Liverpool & London & Glofcs
/Etna Insurance Co.
northern Assuranco Go.
Springfield Plrr & Merino
Prompt attention given to ftdjnnteienl 0)
Icstf and *J2 mzttvrz ronnMitj^ *:rL ixunr
John P. Robinson, Geo. S. French
Alexandria Fertilizer aad
Fertilizers, Fertilizer Ma
terials & Sulphuric Acid,
Ask your dealer for the Alexandria Fer
tilizer & Chemical Co.'e Products.
Capacity: 50,(MM) tons per annuo.
Princess Street and Potomac ltiver Wharf.
Alexandria V1 rgi d i a.
Of all the health builders, fleifc msicerijrod,
HwWaM Lm> 00, 50?